Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971) was the glamorous, sophisticated, and globetrotting personification of "Life" magazine during it's heyday, and one of the most respected photographers of her generation. "Margaret Bourke-White" is a stunning collection of 83 of the artist's earliest works that allows us a glimpse of her as a gifted amateur just learning her craft. She took her first photographs as a college student in 1924 - she then went on to develop her own unique 'industrial' style. It was these beautiful, yet haunting images of factories, bridges, skyscrapers, and other wonders of the industrial world that first got her noticed and set her on the path of fame and fortune. This is a must-have volume for anyone interested in one of the most cherished female photographers of her generation, and the birth of photojournalism as we know it today.
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